Table 6 Multivariable logistic regression of factors affecting depressive symptoms

From: Prevalence and its associated factors of depressive symptoms among Chinese college students during the COVID-19 pandemic

Variables Unadjusted Model Adjusted Model
OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) P
Sleep problems (Yes vs. No) 2.575 (2.022, 3.281) < 0.001 2.678 (2.094, 3.424) < 0.001
Going out (Yes vs. No) 1.800 (1.110, 2.918) 0.017 1.775 (1.089, 2.894) 0.021
Perceived more stress 1(Equal vs. Disagree) 1.584 (1.179, 2.127) 0.002 1.621 (1.200, 2.191) 0.002
Perceived more stress 2 (Agree vs. Disagree) 1.665 (1.213, 2.286) 0.002 1.642 (1.191, 2.263) 0.003
Fear of COVID-19 (Yes vs. No) 1.311 (1.021, 1.682) 0.034 1.450 (1.121, 1.876) 0.005
Influence on social interaction (Yes vs. No) 1.377 (1.075, 1.765) 0.011 1.354 (1.053, 1.741) 0.018
Affected by global pandemic(High vs. Moderate) 1.355 (1.022, 1.797) 0.035 1.320 (0.992, 1.757) 0.057
Information source (≥ 4 vs. ≤3) 0.974 (0.765, 1.241) 0.834 0.966 (0.756, 1.234) 0.780
Overall satisfaction (Dissatisfaction vs. Satisfaction) 0.954 (0.733, 1.241) 0.725 0.894 (0.683, 1.170) 0.416
PSS (High vs. Moderate) 0.347 (0.255, 0.473) < 0.001 0.354 (0.259, 0.484) < 0.001
Hope (High vs. Moderate) 0.051 (0.033, 0.078) < 0.001 0.052 (0.034, 0.080) < 0.001
Gender (Female vs. Male)   0.557 (0.427, 0.725) < 0.001
Grade (3/4/5 vs. 1/2)   1.378 (1.046, 1.816) 0.023
Income 1 (1001–2000 vs. ≤1000)   1.100 (0.809, 1.495) 0.543
Income 2 (> 2000 vs. ≤1000)   0.666 (0.447, 0.993) 0.046
Nagelkerke-R2 0.440 0.456
  1. Notes: PSS perceived social support; income, monthly disposable income; OR odds ratio